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Oak Leaf-rolling Weevil

Attelabus bipustulatus

Description:

Compact, 3-4 millimeters in body length, colored blue-black with red "shoulders" as shown.

Habitat:

Found on foliage in the understory of deciduous woodlands along a railroad line. Surrounding area is mostly rural residential with some agriculture fields, meadows, and industrial enterprises.

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BugEric
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BugEric

Deerfield, Massachusetts, USA

Spotted on Jun 13, 2009
Submitted on Jan 25, 2014

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